Guide to UK constitution is ‘bright, colourful and engaging’

In a review for the Unlock Democracy blog, Nicola Whitehead praises Inside Britain – the Citizenship Foundation’s guide to the UK constitution – for its accessible and engaging style:

“Unlike most literature dealing with political issues, Inside Britain is bright, colourful and engaging, and more closely resembles a book-length magazine than your average school textbook”.

Unlike many other countries, the rules of government in Britain are not set out in a single document. The UK constitution is a mixture of written and unwritten law that has evolved and been adapted over time.

A guide to the UK constitution'.Focusing mainly on England and Wales, Inside Britain: A guide to the UK constitution explains the rules and procedures by which the UK is governed, and indicates the extent and the limits of the government’s power on everyday life.

Views expressed on this blog are not necessarily those of the Citizenship Foundation.

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